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Too Much Information: Or: Can ...
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Dave Gorman
 
Nowadays, the world is full of people trying to tell us things. So much so that we have taught our brains not to pay much attention. After all, click the...
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Boomerang: The Meltdown Tour
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Michael Lewis
 
Europe is in serious financial chaos. In Greece, infrastructure costs mean it would be cheaper to transport all Greek rail passengers by taxi. In Iceland, Range Rovers frequently explode as...
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Shit London: Even More Snapshots of a...
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Patrick Dalton
 
Collection of the author's photograps and ones from others submitted to his photo blog.
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Sorry, I'm British!: An Insider's ...
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Ben Crystal; Adam Russ; Ed McLachlan
 
Explore the oddities of the British psyche with this informative and witty illustrated guide.
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Recipes From the Kitchen Drawer: A...
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Helen Ashley
 
A collection of classic recipes in the form of simple, expertly drawn graphic illustrations. It includes incredible hand-drawn, easy-to-follow recipes showing every slice, sizzle and stir. Each recipe is broken...
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In Your Prime: Older, Wiser, Happier
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India Knight
 
Seeks to provide proper, weighty answers to the questions women are asking themselves. Covering a range of subjects from clothes and cosmetics, being a parent to older children, having older...
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Comedy Rules: From the Cambridge...
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Jonathan Lynn
 
Features coverage that ranges from inspiration, collaboration and the Seven Deadly Sins to the perils of unmotivated comic business, pitching screenplays in LA, sexist jokes and lunch with the Inland...
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The Frood: The Authorised and Very...
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Jem Roberts
The late 20th century author, humorist and thinker Douglas Adams was big - vastly, hugely and thoroughly mind-bogglingly so, both in physical terms, and as a writer who has touched...
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Paris Versus New York: A Tally of Two...
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Vahram Muratyan
 
An online travel journal that presents the author's observations and taglines that celebrate the special details of each city (that is Paris and New York).
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The C-Word
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Lisa Lynch
 
The last thing Lisa Lynch had expected to put on her 'things to do before you're 30' list was beating breast cancer, but them's the breaks. So with her life...
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Crap CVs
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Jenny Crompton
 
Features a compilation of the worst job applications imaginable, including overly-honest cover letters, embarrassing typos, mortifying personal revelations, awkward interview questions, misplaced self-confidence, self-aggrandizing gibberish, blatant truth-twisting and, of course...
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Funny Way to be a Hero
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John Fisher
 
Dan Leno, the Crazy Gang, Will Hay and Max Miller are seen to pass the baton to the great radio comics like Arthur Askey, Tony Hancock, Frankie Howerd and the...
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Filthy English: The How, Why, When ...
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Peter Silverton
 
A frank, funny, and provocative journey through the international culture of swearing.
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Fifty Sheds of Grey: Erotica for the...
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C. T. Grey
Shed-based erotica for the not-so-modern man
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Britain etc.
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Mark Easton
 
The award-winning journalist and editor takes us on a tour around modern Britain with a look at 26 subjects and how we relate to them.
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Sign Language: Travels in Unfortunate...
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The Daily Telegraph
 
Sign Language is a collection the most inappropriate, confusing, poorly translated and mind-bogglingly bizarre signs from around the world.
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